Operations at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport are back to normal after a watermain break caused problems at the mainland terminal.
The rupture, which happened before 10:30 a.m. Thursday, led to flooding and limited access to the building.
The building’s water supply was cut off, which meant the washrooms could not be used. Portable toilets and water were brought in.
City of Toronto crews shut off the valves to the affected watermain and the flooding eventually receded.
PortsToronto said the passenger pickup and drop-off area has reopened and operations are back to normal.
Flights and island operations were not affected, and passengers could still use the tunnel and ferry.
Watermain break outside the mainland terminal at Billy Bishop opened up a sinkhole that trapped a Porter shuttle bus this morning. No one on board but It left part of the terminal with no water, forcing porta-potties to be brought in for passengers. More: @680NEWS pic.twitter.com/lNQ67sEIbK
— Casey Taylor (@Casey680NEWS) September 20, 2018